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RE: Is My Beadie in Shock

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Posted by: Venom999 at Wed Jul 13 23:36:16 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Venom999 ]  
   

Ok some tips

Make sure the crickets dont eat the dragons feces and keep food for the crickets as well as water available to them. Dont leave them wandering about the enclosure at night either.


Your dragon may have been in a deep sleep or you may be over reacting a small tad.

I wouldnt pick the dragon up when the lights are off and it is cooled too much. Let it rest cover it with a towel if your going to be in the room moving all about with lights on etc. at night near the enclosure.

Just keep an eye on it. If it is eating well and pooping on a regular basis you should be fine.

Get a timer so you can get the lights/temps more consistent.
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